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Week in Photos

Week in Photos

Before your drowned yourself in green beer and buckets of Jameson, take a moment for reflection with our awesome photo galleries from the past week — Simian Mobile Disco, Fetish Ball, 80s Prom party, and more.

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Album Stream: The Strokes, “Angles”

Album Stream: The Strokes, “Angles”

10 years after dropping the nearly flawless (in this humble blogger’s opinion) Is This It, former kings of the New York garage rock revival The Strokes are back with Angles, their 4th studio album and the first anyone’s heard from them since 2006.

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Nate Dogg Remembered

Nate Dogg Remembered

It’s a sad day for hip-hop fans and those of use who came of age during the birth of the G Funk Era, when rappers like Dr. Dre, Snoop, and Warren G were on top, and if it was a hit, more often then not…

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Several Shades of Mascis

Several Shades of Mascis

After nearly 25 years releasing records with Dinosaur Jr. and other bands, singer/guitarist J Mascis is stepping out today with his first solo release, Several Shades of Why.

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Q&A: The Grouch

Q&A: The Grouch

Five years after their first collaborative album, Heroes in the City of Dope, Zion I and The Grouch are back at it with a sequel, Heroes in the Healing of the Nation. The Grouch spoke with us about the project and poking fun at artsy…

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New Video and Album: Maniac

New Video and Album: Maniac

The indie pop duo Maniac released their newest album Mania (on vinyl) today and to compliment their music the band also unveiled an unconventional music video for the single “3 Kings Day.” Co-frontmen Shawn Harris and Jake Grigg recorded the video on two separate continents.

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Video: cirKus “Bells”

Video: cirKus “Bells”

There is just no stopping the Swedes when it comes producing electronic-pop jams (see Miike Snow and Lykke Li for just two of the many examples. Now meet cirKus, fronted by singer Cameron McVey, who cut his teeth working with groups like Massive Attack, Portishead,…

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Live Review: Lia Ices @ GAMH

Live Review: Lia Ices @ GAMH

Lia Ices latest release Grown Unknown is as much an ode to space as it is to sonic texture.

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Album Stream: The Pains of Being Pure at Heart

Album Stream: The Pains of Being Pure at Heart

The Pains of Being Pure are Heart’s new album is available to stream free before it’s March 29th release.

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Lauryn Hill Announces Warfield Show

Lauryn Hill Announces Warfield Show

After years out of the spotlight, and only a few select shows over the past decade, Lauryn Hill is returning to San Francisco for a show at the Warfield on April 12th before she heads to Coachella. Presale tickets are on sale until 10pm tonight.

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Live Review: Kisses @ Rickshaw Stop

Live Review: Kisses @ Rickshaw Stop

If you weren’t at the Rickshaw Stop Tuesday night, you missed the dance party. LA duo Kisses came out and made a boring weeknight feel like a Friday on the town. When they were done I wanted to shirk all my responsibilities, move to Fiji…

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Kelly Rowland ft. Lil Wayne x Diplo

Kelly Rowland ft. Lil Wayne x Diplo

Worldly producer Diplo, one half of Major Lazer and a collaborator with MIA and Santigold, remixed his flavor into this R&B jam from former Destiny’s Child member Kelly Rowland, featuring wordsmith Lil’ Wayne.

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